A tree that holds the rustling sounds of a forest. Originally conceived for convivial spaces, this surprising sound object is composed of twelve spherical speaker-fruits suspended from the ceiling by creeper-cables, ripe for the picking. By scaling the number of speakers,it can be adapted to any environment, intimate or social.
It is presented for the first time at Milano’s Triennale during Design Week. ‘Sound Tree’ starts a collection of haute couture sound objects.
Design by Maurizio Galante, Tal Lancman & Jean-Yves Le Porcher for Elipson.
The Sound Tree is available with 12 fruits whith the trunk.
Built in 8” driver sub-woofer for low frequencies
Extruded body with MDF internal structure, high gloss red lacquer finish
Dimensions: 32 x 32 x 100 cm
Weight: 25 kg
Fruits (12 pieces)
Spherical speakers for medium and high frequencies
4” coaxial driver with 3/4” tweeter, 30W power handling
Fiber glass reinforced resin cabinet, high gloss red lacquer finish
Mesh grill and metal ring
Dimensions: 15 x 15 x 15 cm
Unit weight: 2.5 kg
Sound Tree – lacquered red